6063 Av. Isla Verde, Carolina, 00979, Puerto Rico

African Restaurant, Painter, British Restaurant, Diner, Dessert Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Lobster Restaurant, Mediterranean Restaurant, Portuguese Restaurant, Italian Grocery Store

Restaurant, Food



Open Hours

Monday 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM

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La Piccola Fontana

About the business

La Piccola Fontana

This is another national holiday, May 1st marks Italy’s national Labor Day. On this day, even more than the other secular national holidays, expect major museums to be closed and limited choices for public transportation. Italians are off work en masse and the weather is usually nice, meaning it’s a busy weekend for popular destinations […] April 25 is the Festa della Liberazione, celebrating the end of WWII in Italy, meaning the end of the Fascist regime and Nazi occupation of Italy. You’ll see this date on many street signs throughout Italy, and today it stands as a national public holiday, meaning most stores will be closed. It also happens to […] What’s in season: fava beans (fave), asparagus (asparagi), artichokes (carciofi), zucchini flowers (fiori di zucca), spring peas (piselli), leeks (porri), beets (barbabietole), beans (fagioli), garlic (aglio), lemons (limoni), kiwi (kiwi), strawberries (fragole), cherries (ciliegie) Vegetable gardens burst into bloom when spring comes around and eating in Italy enters a sort of extended party phase that […] Insalata Caprese is a simple salad of fresh mozzarella and tomatoes topped with basil and a splash of balsamic. A perfect summer appetizer or first course, especially when tomatoes are at their peak. If you asked sometimes, the Caprese Salad have 340 Calories, 14g Fat, 40g Carbs, and 12g Protein. This salad is a good […] Easter Sunday is celebrated with various parades and events throughout all of Italy, but one of the most memorable is surely the Scoppio del Carro in Florence. Literally, the “explosion of the cart”, it’s a folk tradition of Florence from the era of the First Crusade, when supposedly, a Florentine was the first man through […] Although Italian wine labels can look a little confusing at first, they’re pretty simple, and read a lot like French wine labels. Depending on the wine, there should also be one of the below labels: DOCG, DOC, IGT, or VdT. Know your DOC from your DOCG from your While it might look like alphabet soup, […] The Sicilian people will be having some stern words with us for combining their beloved arancino with it’s Roman cousins, supplì, and vice versa but the fact remains that when in Italy you should try at least one type of freshly-fried rice ball. These starch bombs appear in bars, restaurants, and market stalls all over Italy, […] No trip to Italy is complete without gelato! If you’re tempted to have a scoop a day don’t worry, it’s totally normal to eat gelato on a regular basis in Italy, especially in the summer. Though gelato translates to ‘ice cream,’ it’s not quite the same. The low-fat content means that gelato is served a […]

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Sebastian Gatica Moris said 5 years ago
Worst service ever. I went to this place a long time ago and I had a very good experience. I decided to go back for my birthday...what a mistake!! Slow service, and we were treated in a such way, that my wife and me decided to leave the restaurant without waiting for the drinks. I tried to contact the manager next day but was imposible.
Chelsey Rodriguez said 5 years ago
Every single dish on this menu is exquisite. You really can't go wrong dining here. My boyfriend and I regularly go here and crave their food constantly. On our way right now 😍!
Lorena Gutierrez said 5 years ago
Todo fue genial de principio a fin . Nos sentamos afuera, que era muy tranquilo y romántico con las olas del mar de fondo . El personal era increíble y muy agradable . Comenzamos con los calamares que tenía un poco de picante, y el atún braseado, fue divino. Pedí el pollo al limón a la parrilla, otra porción enorme. El mejor pollo que probé mientras estuve en Puerto Rico .
Julio Rojas said 5 years ago
Si quieres buena comida italiana, este es el lugar. Ambiente agradable y un toque moderno ! Sin duda hay que probar. Calamares , mozarella con tomate, pollo ... todo sabroso.
Paola Román said 5 years ago
Asombroso! ambiente, comida y el servicio eran todos increíble. La fuente de entremeses es deliciosa y las mantequillas de sabores que dan son deliciosas. Fui con mi familia y todos estábamos muy contentos con lo que comimos.

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